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vu nguyen81 Points
There are 2 courses about Android, which should I take: Learn Java or Android Development? ^^
I think Android Development include Basic Java too (it will make the learning process must faster)- But i am a newbie, need you guys advices
JT Keller12,731 Points
If you don't have any experience with Java, I would highly recommend that you take the Java classes first and then move on to Android. Java is the language that you'll be using to write your Android applications and although the Android classes are well written, you may find yourself a bit lost without some of the fundamentals of the Java language and object oriented programming.